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30 Jan 2023
Some of our reviewers offer recollections of Maureen Kincaid Speller.
25 Jan 2023
I might write only one story in a month, but I'll make sure that it has five times the strength and the effect.
23 Jan 2023
One of my favorite flavors of science fiction is the far-future space adventure where we explore an interstellar society through the lens of a personal, character-driven story.
28 Nov 2022
I wanted to ask francophone African speculative authors how they feel, how non-Black francophone African authors relate to the controversy, but also how they position themselves either as Afrofuturists or Africanfuturists, or as neither.
28 Nov 2022
The new idea is to have the sixth sensors oversee the end of humanity.
3 Oct 2022
Get ready to feel hungry, because the theme for this quarterly roundup is food.
22 Aug 2022
Did I mention there was a village?
22 Aug 2022
"I am prone to enthusiastic delight—maybe that's how I do my Neurodivergence!"
27 Jun 2022
There are plenty of reasons to love epistolary storytelling. Personally, I love the way various epistolary formats can shape a story in interesting and innovative ways, and I also love how the choice of format can hone the voice of a story.
23 May 2022
Upstairs, the prime minister is meeting with all the party members because they are worried about how to save themselves. As in, just themselves and no one else.  Because they are selfish fucks.
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20 Mar 2023

Open Fiction Submissions Window in April 
Some Facts are Difficult to Discuss 
Always and Forever, Only You 
The Subway Is Another Place To Die 
Monday: Full Immersion by Gemma Amor 
Monday: Seasons in Hippoland by Wanjiku wa Ngũgĩ 
Wednesday: Locklands by Robert Jackson Bennett